The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics
Orphengesic Forte - An Old Analgesic Combination Returns
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A fixed-dose combination of orphenadrine citrate, aspirin, and caffeine (Orphengesic Forte – Galt; previously available as Norgesic Forte) has been approved as a prescription drug by the FDA for treatment of mild to moderate pain caused by acute musculoskeletal disorders. Single-ingredient generic orphenadrine citrate is available by prescription in oral and injectable formulations and has been used for years as an adjunct for treatment of acute musculoskeletal pain. Orphengesic Forte is being marketed as a non-opioid alternative for pain relief. ... more
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